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Apr 25, 2020 at 11:36
Apr 25, 2020

Fox 36 Factory Grip2 Push ACS3 coil

$595 USD
Almost new 36 factory with Grip2 damper and Push ACS3 coil. I have the blue and green springs, so that covers a rider from 160lbs to 210lbs Fork is perfect, very low hours. I got it together just before our daughter was born and that has pretty much cut any ride time I had to nothing. Steer tube is 7.25" and was fitted to an XL mega tower. so should be good for most big bikes. Also included is the Synchros bolt on fender, super neat and tidy look.

macca208 pinkbikeaudience's article
Apr 22, 2020 at 8:46
Apr 22, 2020
Now Finished: Ask Us Anything with Giro
Can you guys make the merino socks longer so they don’t look so short after the first wash? I love the material and for, they just need to look less roady style!
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Sep 18, 2019 at 17:08
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Sep 18, 2019 at 17:06
Sep 18, 2019

Stumpjumper 29 XL S-Works Custom build

$5400 USD
I think this bike has less than half a dozen rides on it, I built it and then got distracted with the big bike program and just haven't been back to it. I am struggling to make the call to sell because I really enjoyed it the few times I rode it and the paint job is awesome! But its no use to me sitting in the garage... Spec is killer:- S-Works frame in the purple sparkle paint Invisiframe full frame cover from day 1 Renthal Carbon bars 35mm 780mm wide Magura MT7 brakes with HC3 levers 203mm rotors front and back Fox 36 Factory 160mm Grip 2 (44mm offset) Fox Factory DPX2 shock Sram Eagle XO1 Praxis carbon cranks Roval traverse SL wheels Magic Mary tires, fronts still have the little hairs, So you know it's new.. Bike Yoke Revive 185mm dropper S-works Phenom saddle I could do frame only if someone is interested in that option too.

macca208 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 28, 2019 at 11:45
Aug 28, 2019
O'Neal Celebrates Their 50th Anniversary
@RichardCunningham: nope, sorry... this is an area I have some knowledge in (I build Americas Cup race yachts and other fun things) Unidirectional fibers are by definition only orientated in one direction. The fibers on the outside layer of the helmet are a woven cloth with fibers at 0 and 90 deg. Textreme (made by Oxeon) is a nice solution for a surface finish (and structurally as well) it is a spread tow application where the fibers are laid out very flat and thin allowing a strong, lightweight layer as your final surface. you can see the different option from Oxeon here:
macca208 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 27, 2019 at 17:55
Aug 27, 2019
O'Neal Celebrates Their 50th Anniversary
@sirbikealot: The image refers to being able to see the unidirectional carbon
macca208 RichardCunningham's article
Aug 27, 2019 at 17:33
Aug 27, 2019
O'Neal Celebrates Their 50th Anniversary
Unidirectional carbon is by definition not what you see on the Blade helmet. The fibers you see are woven 0-90deg orientation.
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Aug 14, 2019 at 10:30
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